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Spotsylvania Regional Medical Center and HCA Virginia Physicians welcome pediatrician Dr. Verné Rochford to newly formed Total Children’s Health

Fredericksburg, Va. (July 20, 2017) – Spotsylvania Regional Medical Center and HCA Virginia Physicians are pleased to announce that Dr. Verné Rochford, formerly of Generations of Children Pediatrics, has joined the newly formed Total Children’s Health, serving kids of all ages in the Fredericksburg and Spotsylvania region.
Located in the Pogonia Medical Arts building at Spotsylvania Regional Medical Center, Total Children’s Health offers a full range of pediatric services including newborn care, well-child check-ups, sick-visits, annual physicals, and immunizations. The care team, led by Dr. Rochford, is committed to providing top quality comprehensive care in a calm, comfortable setting where infants, children, teens, and parents can feel at ease.
Verné Rochford, MD, FAAP, is a board-certified pediatrician and Fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics. Not only is she experienced in her field, but she is also a mother to three very active children, giving her a unique understanding of today’s busy families. Dr. Rochford’s passion for pediatrics stems from a desire to help empower children to excel in every aspect of their lives, using the philosophy that education is more valuable than medication.
Total Children’s Health will officially open its doors to all patients on Monday, July 31, 2017. The practice will be located temporarily in the MultiSpecialty Health Group office at Spotsylvania Regional Medical Center, as construction of the new space is completed. Please visit the Total Children’s Health website for more information, including the temporary address, services offered, and instructions for how both Dr. Rochford’s existing and new patients can transfer their medical records.

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